Can spectators and dancers act equally in a performance room? What could be our motivations to share the performance ? Who generates which movements? FLUSS (Portuguese: Rio) is devoted to the parameters of gathering in the theatre and creates a choreographic course that shifts the experienced time and the space within a performance: Where and when does the performance begin and what expectations do you bring to a theatre space? Four dancers accompany the audience to the stage. This early encounter transforms the beginning of the performance and brings the choreographic material into spaces that are usually used by the audience: street, forecourt, foyer. The spatial and temporal journey of the performance creates a choreography through which the audience inevitably moves and which, beyond its being seen, is experienced as a divisive movement practice. FLUSS is the finale of Jenny Beyer`s trilogy of spectatorship and asks: When and how do I become a spectator?
The residency in Espaco